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  • SNES Online - Z-Net: More Website Issues...
    I will keep this URL for a good long time Donations will still be accepted and are encouraged to help offset my out of pocket expenses Read the original post below for more info Original Post Obviously this time though it s the domain name I use www cu cc as my domain register because it s a short domain I could register the name I wanted and it s free But it seems that just as with free server hosts free domain hosts suck Today my domain name went offline and my account with the domain register is gone I had an issue once before were my domain disappeared and I could had to re register the it again And since then things worked fine During that downtime I submitted tickets that never got responses and I still don t know wtf the reasons were This time though seems different My domain name is still unavailable I forget if my account disappeared last time but it seems to have this time I m able to register new accounts and new domain names so it seems to be effecting only me nd my normal account And I have no clue as to why I submitted a ticket but based on my experience last time it probably wont do any good because still after like 6 months I haven t got a response to that This BS is frustrating and I just feel like I don t know wtf to do anymore I hate the thought of it but I m now considering going out of pocket to get a REAL domain name I ve looked into opening up a PayPal donations link but there are some issues with doing so But for now I guess I can say if you

    Original URL path: http://emu.z-net.us/2013/02/more-website-issues.html (2016-04-30)
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  • SNES Online - Z-Net: January 2013
    playing games within minutes after a simple setup Forums are now up Wednesday January 30 2013 Some fresh new forums are now online They look just like the old forums except all the posts and user memberships are starting at zero again I ve also condensed a few and added a some new ones So sign up and post Posted by DarkAkuma 0 comments Website Progress Monday January 28 2013 I ve been working on a few things with the website Like tinkering with with ideas for a new layout fine tuning some pages and getting some forums back up Sadly the database for the old forums are gone I ve given up hope on that Since those went away I wasn t planning to make new ones on any free host But I ve since been thinking differently I might as well upload some even if that s all I m hosting on the server The bulk of the website would still be on this blog If the forums go down again well at least its just the forums That s my thinking But with that said I m not rushing things to get some forums up though Just figured I d post this to keep people informed and since things look a little weird here with only one post Posted by DarkAkuma 0 comments Welcome to the New Website Friday January 18 2013 After my old webhost going down and me getting sick of all the issues that come along with free webhosts I ve decided to just create a blog for the website for now In the future I will want a real server again for a normal website but this should hold things over for now As some can tell this looks a lot like my

    Original URL path: http://emu.z-net.us/2013_01_01_archive.html?widgetType=BlogArchive&widgetId=BlogArchive1&action=toggle&dir=close&toggle=YEARLY-1357027200000&toggleopen=MONTHLY-1357027200000 (2016-04-30)
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  • SNES Online - Z-Net: Forums are now up!
    December 3 November 1 September 1 June 1 May 5 March 1 February 4 January 3 Forums are now up Website Progress Welcome to the New Website Followers Subscribe To Posts Atom Posts Comments Atom Comments Forums are now up Wednesday January 30 2013 Some fresh new forums are now online They look just like the old forums except all the posts and user memberships are starting at zero again

    Original URL path: http://emu.z-net.us/2013/01/forums-are-now-up.html (2016-04-30)
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  • SNES Online - Z-Net: Website Progress
    Like tinkering with with ideas for a new layout fine tuning some pages and getting some forums back up Sadly the database for the old forums are gone I ve given up hope on that Since those went away I wasn t planning to make new ones on any free host But I ve since been thinking differently I might as well upload some even if that s all I

    Original URL path: http://emu.z-net.us/2013/01/website-progress.html (2016-04-30)
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  • SNES Online - Z-Net: Welcome to the New Website!
    decided to just create a blog for the website for now In the future I will want a real server again for a normal website but this should hold things over for now As some can tell this looks a lot like my personal blog I just used the template I created for that and changed a couple things around Hopefully I ll customize it more as I don t

    Original URL path: http://emu.z-net.us/2013/01/welcome-to-new-website.html (2016-04-30)
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  • SNES Online - Z-Net: What Emulator do you want Z-Net 3 to support first?
    I don t believe I ve messed with anything for N64 with ZN3 yet but PJ64 or Mupen shouldn t be an issue to support I briefly messed with supporting them in a customized build of ZNI which used code that was later ported into ZN3 With ZN3 I worked with supporting MAME32k and that worked fine but switched to MAMEpp since 32k is no longer active Again MAMEpp has worked fine Additionally I think RetroArch supports MAME I see a FBA core listed I think it was a FBA MAME hybrid November 25 2013 at 3 40 PM 6048953c 6505 11e2 8ecc 000f20980440 said I say virtuanes just because it would desync less I don t know if mupen 64 beta works with all games but that was a good emulator too when I used it Then again epsxe is iffy too I d just say virtuanes November 27 2013 at 4 53 PM michael montgomery said Mame32 and Chankast expse or N64 project November 27 2013 at 5 18 PM DarkAkuma said To be more precise before when I said worked fine I was referring specifically to Z Net s ability to launch games with the emu Different emus require me to create code different ways in order for me to automate the netplay connection process with that emu and that could be tricky The netplay quality of emus themselves I haven t researched much I spend most of my time coding rather then playing the emus themselves online However I have played a few over the years And I recently received a lot of details on the netplay quality of various emulators from Stalfos in the IRC channel I played with VirtuaNES some years ago and yea It seems to be pretty stable I don t know how FCEUltra or the bNES core of RetroArch would stack up though compared to it I vaguely remember something like Mupen replacing PJ64 as the best N64 emu for netplay since I wrote ZN2 I could be wrong though From what Stalfos says any PSX emu would probably not be the greatest to start out with as the netplay on them is buggy and there s a need to sync plugins settings A short rundown of what Stalfos suggested was basically KegaFusion and RetroArch at least with the cores me and him tested FBA bSNES bNES are the best options for quality netplay Stable netplay is defiantly going to play a factor in deciding what to focus on I d really love to see some more reasons why you guys suggest the emus you do like mr license code name I m not typing that out lol posted Things like desyncing emulation speed resources needed compatibility ease of use setup etc November 27 2013 at 6 07 PM Kakao Siebenundsiebzig said project64 and 3 player multiplayer for eg Secret of Mana would rock December 29 2013 at 2 47 PM DarkAkuma said Well it s kind of a bit late

    Original URL path: http://emu.z-net.us/2013/11/what-emulator-do-you-want-z-net-3-to.html?widgetType=BlogArchive&widgetId=BlogArchive1&action=toggle&dir=close&toggle=YEARLY-1357027200000&toggleopen=MONTHLY-1383289200000 (2016-04-30)
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  • SNES Online - Z-Net: No More Forums
    Comments No More Forums Tuesday September 03 2013 I m writing this to inform users that the forums will not be coming back They went down a couple weeks ago were slated to be back up a couple days ago and that just didn t work out The reason I will simply put is free hosts And that s also the reason they won t be coming back I m sick of dealing with free hosts I could try to find another but given my numerous past experiences there s no reason to believe things wont just wind up the same All the hassle just isn t worth it when they re not used all that much I might as well post it here but don t use the hosts 000webhosting or biz nf They both essentially scam the users of the free service my drumming up phony BS claims in an attempt to make you pay for their premium service 000webhosting is the worse of the 2 as they do what I can only describe as extortion to get you to pay for their premium service Just want that warning out there Sorry for the lack of forums from

    Original URL path: http://emu.z-net.us/2013/09/no-more-forums.html?widgetType=BlogArchive&widgetId=BlogArchive1&action=toggle&dir=close&toggle=YEARLY-1357027200000&toggleopen=MONTHLY-1378018800000 (2016-04-30)
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  • SNES Online - Z-Net: Z-Net I v1.2.0.3
    several bugs but sadly all I ve come up with is theory s with no hard facts supporting them Part of the difficulty of solving these issues are that the problems reside on the remote end and all the data I can collect and review is on the local end of course Often the remote end doesn t even know his ZNI bugged These issues happen randomly too with no reported method of reproduction And when they do happen 95 of the time it s with a non English speaking user I d probably even say 75 of the time it s with a user who just doesn t care about helping ZNI get through the beta by actually helping I ve turned debug output back on by default for this build So when the issues happen to the rare users I can talk to and are willing to help they can submit debug logs But with this version I do have to warn you This has been specially coded to send debug info for a particular bug to a bot Nothing personal is sent which with ZNI would pretty much just be private messages Whats sent is copys of channel wide messages This is done to so that in the event a rare bug happens I can see what that bug was created from Normal debug txt logging and submission to me would be insufficient and would likely require a great amount of time waiting for all the stars to align english speaking user a user that cares and the bug actually happening The other bugs are more common to the point that the debug txt alone should prove sufficient if anything will With this said if you for some reason you don t believe me and feel this

    Original URL path: http://emu.z-net.us/2013/06/z-net-i-v1203.html?widgetType=BlogArchive&widgetId=BlogArchive1&action=toggle&dir=close&toggle=YEARLY-1357027200000&toggleopen=MONTHLY-1370070000000 (2016-04-30)
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